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  • Painting future work scenarios by

    ORGANISATIONS WILL need to provide scenarios of future business models to help companies anticipate change and address how they will attract, retain and motivate the people they will need in the future

  • Warning over AWA duress by

    AUSTRALIA’S WORKPLACE Ombudsman recently warned employers against applying undue pressure on workers to sign Australian Workplace Agreements (AWAs) following reports that some businesses want to move their employees to AWAs to pre-empt proposed transitional legislation by the new Federal Government to phase-out AWAs and stop new ones being signed

  • Future challenges outlined by

    Organisations must approach the issues of change, collaboration, customers and talent management with a greater speed and sense of urgency over the next five years if they are to successfully respond to the rapid speed of globalisation and advances in technology, according to Edwin Boswell, global CEO of Forum Corporation

  • No hurry for Labor’s IR changes by

    DESPITE MUCH media hype, there will be no immediate and significant changes to industrial relations under the new Labor Government, according to a number of legal experts

  • Australian companies miss talent management boat by

    AUSTRALIAN BUSINESSES are failing to fully utilise talent management techniques and subsequently may fail to retain staff, allowing existing talent to be snapped up by other companies or for overseas positions.

  • Recruiters key to ageing workforce by

    AN AGEING population will cause the overall participation rate of workers to drop by about 9 per cent over the next forty years unless efforts are made to address the issue, according to chief economist of BT Financial Group, Chris Caton

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